Situated right in the heart of buzzing Brixton, Brixton East 1871 was formerly an industrial Victorian warehouse. Nowadays it's the perfect wedding venue for the chillout couples. I personally love this very spacious urban London venue, with exposed brick walls, high ceiling and an impeccable very caring owner, Andy Luckett!Read More
Kim and Dan's relaxed wedding at Brixton East 1871 was styled by the incredible Lou from Beyond Vintage, the stationary was also by this multi-talented lady.The day started with Kim and Dan getting ready in different venues.
The wedding ceremony was at Saint Paul's Church in Covent Garden, a little treasure just behind the main square, a hidden oasis away from the busy roads of central London.Read More
Today's blog is about Kate and Tim's London wedding, celebrated at All Saints Churchin Fulham. Situated on the north bank of the River Thames at Putney Bridge. The Anglican Church has been Tim's family place of worship for generations. So much so that one of the paintings near the entrance has been dedicated to Tim's grandfather. Retired Reverend Canon David Tann who is still actively involved with the Church, celebrated their wedding. The ceremony was very intimate and relaxed, probably because it was a blessing rather than a full wedding, as Kate and Tim had been married in Jamaica just a few weeks before.Read More
It's 9.30am, and I'm at The Windmill on the Common hotel. Admittedly the place is a bit of a building site. Major renovations are taking place, but it certainly looks good already. In the heart of Clapham Common, the historic location is full of character.Read More